Symbol For The God Hades  

Hades is considered as the god of the underworld and also eh rules over all the wealth found in the core of the earth. He also rules the land of the dead and presides over the rights of the dead. Hades is the third son of Kronus and Rhea. They were Titans.

The symbols of Hades are usually riches and gold and silver. His portraits usually consist of jewelry all over him. He is the god of wealth and riches. Hades only lived in the Underworld and never visited Mt. Olympus where Zeus resided.

In Roman mythology, Hades is considered as Pluto and he wears a helmet, metals and jewels. These three are his symbols and that is how he is identified in mythological scripts. When Hades along with his two other brothers drove out the Titans from the heavens, the three brothers came back into the universe to divide the universe and rule. Hades being the youngest got the Underworld. He was very unhappy about it, but Zeus offered him the daughter of Demeter, Persephone, as his bride. Hades was in love with Persephone ever since. However, Zeus totally forgot about it. When Hades approached Zeus to remind him of his promise, Zeus said that Demeter would not let go of her daughter. Hades was angered by this and kidnapped Persephone. Demeter was very angered by this and caused a doom on earth. Zeus had to intervene and make Hades return Persephone to her mother. However, Persephone, who actually belonged to earth, had to spend one third of the year with Hades in the Underworld as she had consumed some pomegranate seed during her brief stay.

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Symbol For The God Hades




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What-Are-Hades-Powers      Hades is the god of the Underworld. He is the rulers of the dead and he controls all the riches and wealth. He owns all the precious metals found in the earth’s core. He is also known to be the ruler of Hades, which is another name for the Underworld. All the demons and monsters are controlled by him. He was born on the mountain of Olympus. More..




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